spotCampaigns

spotOrganisations

spotArguments for socialism

spotPeople

spotInternational

spotEvents

spotAround the UK


All keywords


All Campaigns subcategories:

Anti-capitalism

Anti-fascist

Anti-racism

Anti-war

Asylum

Black and Asian

Children

CNWP

Corporate crime

Disability

Education

Election campaigns

Environment

EU

Finance

Food

Gender Recognition Act

Health and safety

Health and welfare

Housing

Human Rights

LGBT Pride

Local government

Local services

Low pay

Migration

Nationalisation

New workers party

NHS

Pensions

Post Office

Poverty

Privatisation

Public Services

Socialism

Socialist

Sport

Stop the slaughter of Tamils

Students

The state

Transport

TUSC

Welfare rights

Women

* Workplace and TU campaigns

Youth


Workplace and TU campaigns keywords:

35-hour week (22)

AUT (7)

Aer Lingus (6)

Agency workers (54)

Airport (54)

Amicus (53)

Argos (16)

Aslef (84)

BAA (2)

BBC (183)

BMW (26)

BT (54)

Besna (18)

Bin workers (80)

Blacklisting (107)

Bloc (3)

Bosch (2)

British Airways (80)

British Airways (80)

Burslem 12 (9)

Bus workers (79)

CWU (365)

Cadbury (7)

Cadbury-Schweppes (3)

Call Centres (18)

Car workers (42)

Care worker (17)

Care workers (78)

Civil Service (227)

Classroom assistants (8)

Cleaners (131)

Clyde (7)

Coastguards (7)

Compulsory redundancy (9)

Construction (254)

Construction workers (164)

Corus (37)

Council workers (150)

Crossrail (12)

DVLA (15)

DWP (189)

Dockers (23)

Docks (8)

Drivers (218)

EPIU (4)

Electricians (71)

FBU (233)

Firefighters (228)

Ford (106)

Fujitsu (15)

GMB (256)

Gate Gourmet (7)

General Motors (11)

Glaxo Smith Kline (1)

Health and safety (104)

Heinz (6)

Honda (19)

JCB (16)

JIB (7)

JJB Sports (4)

Jaguar (16)

Jane Norman (1)

Jarvis (9)

Jobcentre (52)

Jobs (1467)

Journalists (76)

LOR (15)

Lecturers (94)

Linamar (40)

Lindsey (41)

Lindsey Oil Refinery (30)

Local government (251)

London underground (152)

Lucas Aerospace (6)

Manufacturing (58)

Metro (36)

Metronet (13)

Milford Haven (8)

Miners (176)

NASUWT (53)

NUJ (67)

NUT (359)

Natfhe (10)

Nurses (138)

Oilc (4)

Outsourcing (63)

PCS (959)

POA (87)

People's Charter (1)

Peugeot (8)

Pfizer (9)

Port workers (4)

Postal dispute (28)

Postal workers (153)

Printers (2)

Prison officers (54)

RCN (26)

RMT (764)

Railworkers (10)

Redundancies (126)

Redundancy (36)

Refinery (36)

Remploy (51)

Reps (62)

Rover (31)

Saltend (20)

Seafarers (10)

Self-employed (1)

Self-employment (1)

Shelter (43)

Shipyard (10)

Shop Stewards (249)

Siemens (3)

Single status (31)

Sita (6)

Social workers (17)

Sodexo (9)

Stagecoach (26)

Staythorpe (1)

Steel (94)

Strike (3215)

Sunday trading (3)

Supermarket (38)

TGWU (59)

TSSA (48)

Teachers (491)

Textile (8)

Thomas Cook (5)

Total (16)

Toyota (1)

Trade Union Freedom Bill (4)

Trade union (630)

Trade unions (420)

Train drivers (31)

Tube Lines (5)

Tube workers (51)

Tubelines (3)

Twinings (2)

UCATT (29)

UCU (232)

Unfair dismissal (16)

Unions (1005)

Unison (991)

Unison witchhunt (5)

Unite (886)

Usdaw (168)

Vauxhall (51)

Vestas (26)

Visteon (92)

Volkswagen (7)

Waterford Crystal (1)

Wedgwood (1)

Whipps Cross (62)

facility time (9)

PCS


Filter by importance | All results


20 February 2019

Annoyed?! I'm annoyed to be on poverty wages

There was another lively picket outside the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in London on 13 February. The staff, PCS members, are outsourced on contracts that pay poverty wages. They want to be brought back in-house and paid a living wage.

More ...

20 February 2019

Universal Credit staff ballot for action

The possibility of strike action on 11-12 March is on the cards at Walsall and Wolverhampton Universal Credit service centres. The ballot finishes on 25 February.

More ...

20 February 2019

PCS Left Unity must unite on pay and elections

Forty years of union activists' work, building the broad left of the civil servants' union PCS Left Unity - and democratising the union, is being put at risk by the divisive and sectarian antics of the Socialist Workers Party (SWP) and Socialist View group.

More ...

13 February 2019

Fight for a socialist-led PCS - fight to win the national pay campaign

The strike ballot's key demand is a 10% pay rise -and we need a socialist leadership to deliver it

More ...

6 February 2019

Campaign for Chris Baugh for AGS

Chris has widespread support from lay reps and members.

More ...

1 February 2019

Chris Baugh condemns Universal Credit social catastrophe

On Thursday 24th January, a public meeting by Stop & Scrap Universal Credit Haringey (SSUCH) was attended by about 100 people

More ...

30 January 2019

PCS Left Unity chooses Chris Baugh - unite behind the left AGS and NEC slate

Left Unity, the broad left in the PCS, voted for Chris Baugh to be its candidate for AGS

More ...

23 January 2019

PCS union: re-elect Chris Baugh for assistant general secretary

For those who can't attend their meeting, they can vote by post. All votes have to be in by 5pm on Friday 25 January

More ...

16 January 2019

Re-elect Chris Baugh for AGS

The voting meetings are starting in PCS civil service union Left Unity for the re-run contest for the Assistant General Secretary (AGS)

More ...

9 January 2019

PCS Left Unity assistant general secretary election rerun

Chris Baugh is standing for the PCS Left Unity assistant general secretary nomination in a rerun of this election.

More ...

12 December 2018

Select Chris Baugh as Left Unity AGS candidate

PCS Left Unity members will be saddened to hear that Janice Godrich is suffering ill health, and therefore not able to accept the Left Unity nomination for assistant general secretary (AGS) of the civil servants' union.

More ...

5 December 2018

PCS AGS election: Where now after the Left Unity conference?

Many Left Unity members will now expect that the incumbent AGS Chris Baugh will be confirmed as Left Unity's candidate.

More ...

5 December 2018

Workplace news in brief

Shelter strike, Beefeater beef, Cammell Laird continues, buses bust-up

More ...

28 November 2018

PCS Left Unity election: All votes should count

The voting for the PCS Left Unity elections closed on 23 November. These results determine the Left Unity slate in next year's PCS civil servant's trade union elections for assistant general secretary (AGS) and national executive committee as well as leading positions in Left Unity itself.

More ...

14 November 2018

PCS union members: why we're backing Chris

Re-elect Chris Baugh PCS AGS: "I can see an emergent threat in the union, where we want this union to be member-led, but at the moment it looks as though the union's moving towards control by unelected full-timers"

More ...

7 November 2018

Back Chris Baugh and Marion Lloyd for a fighting, democratic, lay-led union

This month votes take place to decide the PCS Left Unity candidates for the union's 2019 elections.

More ...

31 October 2018

National Gallery reps endorse Chris Baugh

We are PCS union reps at the National Gallery. We include our branch executive positions but are writing in a personal capacity. Chris Baugh has been an outstanding source of support to the branch for many years.

More ...

31 October 2018

PCS Left Unity election: ballot opens

PCS civil service union Assistant General Secretary (AGS) Chris Baugh, elected three times since 2004, has won at least eight nomination meetings in his campaign to be the Left Unity AGS candidate for a fourth term.

More ...

24 October 2018

PCS legal win - build further pressure from below to defeat the Tories

The PCS civil service union has won 3 million in damages following the union's challenge to the attempts by the Tory government to cut off its financial support from the DWP

More ...

17 October 2018

Nominate Chris Baugh as Left Unity candidate for AGS

The left in the PCS will be agreeing its programme and election candidates

More ...

81 - 100 of 905 items

< Back 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  Next >




Search entire database:



Between and
Use format: day/month/year
Date order    Whole phrase only
Importance order (whole phrase only)

Search: All
News and socialist analysis
Reports and campaigns
Election campaigns
Marxism
Reviews and comments
International
Historic events
Pamphlets
Party documents

Join the Socialist Party
Subscribe to Socialist Party publications
Donate to the Socialist Party
Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

LATEST POSTS

CONTACT US

Phone our national office on 020 8988 8777

Email: info@socialistparty.org.uk

Locate your nearest Socialist Party branch Text your name and postcode to 07761 818 206

Regional Socialist Party organisers:

Eastern: 079 8202 1969

East Mids: 077 3797 8057

London: 075 4018 9052

North East: 078 4114 4890

North West 079 5437 6096

South West: 077 5979 6478

Southern: 078 3368 1910

Wales: 079 3539 1947

West Mids: 024 7655 5620

Yorkshire: 077 0671 0041

ABOUT US

ARCHIVE

Alphabetical listing


September 2020

August 2020

July 2020

June 2020

May 2020

April 2020

March 2020

February 2020

January 2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999